The 2023 season of the KXO (Korea 3×3 Basketball Federation) starts.
KXO announced on the 17th that it will hold the 2023 KXO 3×3 Hoengseong Tour and the first round of the KXO League at a special court at the Hoengseong Inline Skating Rink in Hoengseong-gun, Gangwon-do on the 23rd and 24th.
This tournament is hosted by Hoengseong-gun, 카지노사이트Hoengseong-gun Sports Association, Gangwon-do Basketball Association, and Hoengseong-gun Basketball Association, and sponsored by Wilson, Red Bull, Power O2, Nasara Taping, and Maeil Dairies.
In January, KXO, which conducted field training for domestic 3×3 teams in Asia’s 3×3 powerhouse, Mongolia, held rounds 1 and 2 of the KXO Winter League in February, announcing the start of the 2023 Korean 3×3 season.
The Hoengseong Tour, which marks the start of KXO’s 2023 season, will be held in three categories: U18, Men’s Open, and KXO League, and prize money and trophies will be awarded to winning teams in each category.
The Hoengseong Inline Skating Rink, where the Hoengseong Tour is held, is the best place to hold a 3×3 international competition, and despite being an outdoor arena, it is equipped with a half-dome-shaped facility that allows the event to be held even in rainy weather.
Players and officials who experienced Hoengseong’s special court last year showed high satisfaction, and KXO also agreed to start 2023 in Hoengseong after close consultations with Hoengseong-gun.
In this season’s KXO League, which is attracting the most attention, six teams, including Haneulinje, Hansol Remicon, Hanul Construction, Assist X Basketball College, Hongcheon Epin, and Busan Clean Shot, which changed their names from DEPOT134, threw their ballots.
Meanwhile, KXO is expected to compete fiercely for the right to participate in the ‘FIBA 3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023’ scheduled to be held in Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do this October. Based on the results of this season’s KXO League, participation in the FIBA 3×3 Hongcheon Challenger 2023 will be decided, and it is expected that each round of competition will be exciting.
A KXO official said, “We are discussing with FIBA the level change of the KXO League competition to secure FIBA 3×3 points for players participating in the KXO League this season. Among the FIBA 3×3 competition levels, which are divided into 11 stages, we are discussing securing the 5th and 6th stages, and if the discussion with FIBA ends smoothly, it is expected that the players participating in the KXO League will be able to secure more points than any other competition in Korea.” .